Definition of Prothalluses

1. prothallus [n] - See also: prothallus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prothalluses

protesters
protesting
protesting(a)
protestingly
protestor
protestors
protests
proteuses
prothalamia
prothalamion
prothalamium
prothalli
prothallia
prothallium
prothalluses (current term)
prothese
protheses
prothesis
prothetelic
prothetelous
prothetely
prothetic
prothonotarial
prothonotaries
prothonotary
prothonotary warbler
prothonotary warblers
prothonotaryship
prothonotaryships

Literary usage of Prothalluses

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1. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1914)
"... like all other fern prothalluses, must never be allowed to become dry. At the same time, great care must be exercised so that there will be sufficient ..."

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